Stuck in Vermont

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100% Homegrown Vermont vlog about art, music, obsessions and outsiders, brought to you weekly by Seven Days, Vermont's alternative newsweekly. Join Eva Sollberger as she takes you all over Vermont - to art galleries, fairs, circuses, dance parties, up in hot air balloons, around town in cabs and to the theater in this weekly vlog. New episodes air every Wednesday.

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Episodes of Stuck in Vermont

    • The Paper the Ps Built [SIV400]

      5/9/15: In celebration of the 400th episode of Stuck in Vermont and the upcoming 20 year anniversary of Seven Days (the newspaper that makes SIV possible), Eva sat down with cofounders Pamela Polston and Paula Routly to find out how two performing artists became publishing titans. This week is also the Seven Days' Media Issue so be sure to check out other stories about Vermont's media landscape. We'll post a more extensive video history of Seven Days in September, the month the paper was born ...

      • Release date
        May 27, 2015
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    • Bloom-Time Festival at the Hort Farm [SIV399]

      5/16/15: The 20th Annual Bloom-Time Festival and Open House was held at UVM's Horticulture Research and Education Center in South Burlington on Saturday. Organized by the Friends of the Horticultural Farm, visitors toured the the blooming lilacs, crab apple trees and magnolias. Music: The Swing Peepers, ReArranged This episode of Stuck in Vermont was made possible by Hotel Vermont and Vermont Tourism. ht...

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        May 20, 2015
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    • Waking Windows 5 [SIV398]

      5/1/15-5/3/15: The 5th Annual Waking Windows music festival dominated downtown Winooski over the weekend and attracted about 5,000 people. About 150 bands, DJs and performers were spread out between 12 venues, all of them close to the rotary. Eva spent 3 days at the festival and still only managed to catch about 26 acts - out of 150. Sunburnt, exhausted and inspired, she decided this is what being stuck in Vermont is all about. Music: Kelly Ravin and the Cigarette...

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        May 6, 2015
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    • Seth Rogen Returns to BTV [SIV397]

      4/25/15: Seth Rogen and his wife Lauren Miller Rogen returned to Burlington on Saturday to represent Hilarity for Charity, a non-profit they started in 2011 to raise funds for the Alzheimer’s Association. Both actors have deeply personal ties to this disease, Lauren Miller Rogen’s mother was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s at the age of 55. Last year the Rogens started HFC U, a fundraising contest involving college students which raised $130,000 in 2014. UVM’s Pi Kappa Alpha was the top...

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        Apr 29, 2015
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    • Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home on Broadway [SIV396]

      4/17/15: Vermont cartoonist Alison Bechdel published her graphic novel Fun Home in 2006. The best-selling book told the tale of the author’s tumultuous childhood in rural Pennsylvania and the complex events that lead to the tragic death of her closeted father. In 2013, a musical adaptation of Fun Home was mounted at The Public Theater in New York with book and lyrics by Lisa Kron and music by Jeanine Tesori. In March, Fun Home moved to Circle in the Square Theatre and opened to rave reviews on...

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        Apr 22, 2015
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    • HSCC's Planet Cat aCATemy Awards [SIV395]

      4/12/15: The 2nd Annual Planet Cat aCATemy Awards were held Sunday afternoon at the Majestic 10 Cinemas in Williston. This fundraiser for the Humane Society of Chittenden County raised about $9,000 and gave cat lovers a chance to enjoy locally made feline videos and memes. Music: UVM Hit Paws Co-ed A Cappella Group UVM Hit Paws Co-ed A Cappella Group This episode of Stuck in Vermo...

      • Release date
        Apr 15, 2015
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    • Danforth Pewter Turns 40 [SIV394]

      2/26/15: For the past 40 years, Judi and Fred Danforth have been making art together and building one of Vermont’s most well-known and successful businesses. Eva meets the Danforths and watches them create some of their hand made pieces in their Middlebury workshop. Music: The Flying Romanos, “Fine Companion,” The Cush, New Appreciation for Sunshine, “Distance" https://mys...

      • Release date
        Apr 8, 2015
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    • Spectrum's Sleep Out [SIV393]

      3/26/15: The 4th Annual Spectrum Sleep Out was held last Thursday on the lawn of the Unitarian Universalist Church in the heart of downtown Burlington. One hundred fifteen business and community leaders raised $192,000 by sleeping outside and showing their support for the homeless and at-risk teens that Spectrum serves. Cold temperatures, rain and mud didn’t dampen the participants’ enthusiasm, many of whom sleep out every year. Eva also met some students and their parents who raised almost $6...

      • Release date
        Apr 1, 2015
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    • A Storybook Life [SIV392]

      3/12/15: John Churchman is not your average farmer. A fine art and stock photographer for decades, John and his family live on a “picture farm” in Essex. Sweet Pea is a bottle lamb who just turned one and has found quite a following on social media. John recently raised enough money on Kickstarter for a children’s book starring Sweet Pea and her friends. Eva spent the afternoon in this storybook come to life.!/index

      • Release date
        Mar 25, 2015
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    • Poetry Out Loud [SIV391]

      3/11/15: The 10th Annual Poetry Out Loud Semifinals were held at the Barre Opera House last Wednesday. More than 5,000 Vermont students from 43 high schools participated in this national competition (35 schools were represented at the semifinals) and 10 students moved on to the finals which will be held March 19th at Vermont PBS. The event is organized by the Vermont Arts Council who are celebrating 50 years of public funding for the arts in 2015.

      • Release date
        Mar 18, 2015
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